April 12, 2018 General Meeting

The April 12, 2018 General Meeting endorsed two candidates, passed two resolutions and heard a report on the Democratic County Committee Full April 12, 2018 General Meeting Minutes President Erik Coler opened the April 12, 2018 General Meeting by announcing three new committees:  Gun Reform, chaired by Deb Sherman and Allison Stowell, Communications, chaired by Sara Kimbell, and the County Democrats Reform Committee, with Elissa Stein and Irene Kaufman.  He also announced that The Executive Committee had agreed to make Annette Zaner VID member for life–and the membership unanimously agreed. Jeanne Wilcke reported on the Democratic County Committee Rules Committee and […]

March Minutes with Many Resos

The March meeting introduced many resolutions and a very thorough presentation on NYC Organics Collection Program MARCH MINUTES.  Among the first orders of business were various activities surrounding the March Against Guns, scheduled for March 24th and a Gun Control Forum featuring State Senator Brian Kavanaugh on March 18.  Deb Sherman and Allison Greenberg, of the ad hoc Gun Control Committee, announced a high school walkout at the Clinton School on March 14 in honor of a student who was killed in the recent shootout.  Poster making, logistics and two resolutions highlighted the discussion.  See the more on these resolutions.    The […]

Petitioning for Congressmembers Nadler and Maloney

PETITIONING:  Pick your candidate and give an hour or two for good government. The VID is wrapping up it’s petitioning for Congressmembers Jerrold Nadler and Carolyn Maloney. It’s easy, the people are great, and you’ll be doing your part to ensure the democratic process works the way it’s supposed to. We’re hitting the streets this Saturday and the more people who step up, the more quickly we can wrap up.  Details: Saturday, March 31- Petitioning for: A- Congressman Jerrold Nadler      10am – 12pm       Abingdon Sq.       Corner of Hudson St. & 8th Ave.       Coordinators:   […]

VID Reviews NYC Composting Program

VID Reviews NYC Composting Program in Forum at the March General Meeting On March 8th VID will present a forum on the NYC Composting Program … or How Greenwich Village Will Be Getting Greener!   One third of what New Yorkers throw away is food scraps and other waste and that can be used to generate renewable energy as well as compost to create soil.   To explain how local residents can participate in New York City’s innovative waste collection programs, Village Independent Democrats (VID) will host Tal Zaken, Senior Coordinator, Organics Outreach in the Bureau of Recycling and Sustainability of the Department of […]